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Sauna Etiquette in Sweden

Sauna Etiquette in Sweden

Among the Swedish people, sauna sessions are a very vital part of their staying healthy. This is even more evident from how much the sauna health benefits are treated with so much seriousness in Sweden. Needless to say, sauna experiences are a norm with the Swedish people, including what they do or do not do in various sauna settings.

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Benefits of Sauna: 8 Ways It Makes You Healthier and Happier

Benefits of Sauna: 8 Ways It Makes You Healthier and Happier

Ever since their invention thousands and thousands of years ago, saunas have stood up to the test of various health benefits for their users. From time immemorial, even when they were only used to keep away the extreme winter cold, saunas still had several other uses that have remained valid to date.

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Top 10 Sauna Tips For Beginners

Top 10 Sauna Tips For Beginners

There is always a first time for everyone to try out something. It may make you worried about the outcome, it may make you anxious, or it may make you excited to get done with it. So is the sauna experience.

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Sauna Trip to Sweden and Finland

Sauna Trip to Sweden and Finland

Most people consider relaxation and fun time to be a time with friends out there, having our favorite drink and listening or dancing to our favorite music. Or rather, a time spent in a quiet and peaceful place with our loved ones around us. Or even more, sitting at home in the quiet and watching our favorite movie clip.

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10 Reasons To Use A Sauna In Winter

10 Reasons To Use A Sauna In Winter

Winter is the best time of the year for most people as it comes with the festivities and end-of-year mood. It is also, unfortunately, the coldest time of the year. While we could go on with our lives as usually as possible, somehow the cold and sullen mood of winter always manages to catch up with us.

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Why Should I Buy A Cedar Barrel Sauna?

Why Should I Buy Cedar Barrel Sauna?

A sauna, which is typically a small room that is heated to between 70 to 100 degrees Celsius or 158 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit, has been used for thousands of years but are still very popular today, either to lose weight or gain the health benefits it provides.

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